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Old 08-27-2016, 08:06 PM   #11
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That is one freaky pie.
It is, isn't it??
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Old 08-27-2016, 10:16 PM   #12
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Bavarian dinner my way tonight.

We picked up some wonderful hand crafted Bockwurst at the farmers market recently and I did an onion/cabbage saute' with butter/wine/caraway seeds/dill weed/celery salt. A nice side was onion/pickled beets.

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Old 08-27-2016, 11:09 PM   #13
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Dang, we all ate good on this Saturday night!
Joey, do we get to see a Walleye pizza?
CakePoet, that's an interesting recipe from a long time ago.
I can feel the heat through the monitor again, Steve.
Sounds like you're enjoying your night off, GG.
Kayelle, I never think to have fresh cabbage when we have German sausages. I always use sauerkraut. Then again, we really like sauerkraut a lot!

Himself was off stargazing this evening, so we had dinner even later than usual. We had salads and stuffed peppers. I decided to do something different with the peppers and gave them a Mexican twist. To the ground meat and rice I added sauteed onion, black beans, fresh tomato, corn, and chopped pieces from the pepper tops. A little chili powder and a few shakes of Chipotle and Aleppo peppers mixed into the meat and tomato puree, and we had a yummy meal. Good thing we liked it too - I have three peppers left from the five I made. Into the freezer they go! The picture looks like mush, but the one I took of the uncut pepper didn't show any stuffing. That, and the image was sideways...
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Old 08-27-2016, 11:54 PM   #14
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Mmmm....looks good Kay and CG. I'd love a link or two of those sausages Kay, and CG, the Mexican twist on the stuffed peppers sounds delicious.

As always, everyone's dinners sound so good, and inspiring.

I found some nice looking sea scallops today, so I grabbed a few. Made a loaded up salad with whatever I could find in the veggie bin, and cut up a nice juicy fresh plum from the farmers market for an after dinner dessert-y type sweet.

The only seasoning for the pan seared scallops was a little salt and a drizzle of lemon butter. OMGosh....they were so sweet and tender. Love it when that happens.
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Old 08-27-2016, 11:58 PM   #15
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Beautiful sear on those scallops, Cheryl.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:19 AM   #16
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The sear on those scallops is EPIC
WOW...
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Top notch Cheryl!
K, lovely, I can taste that.
CG, MMM!
GG, that was a lot of food for a lunch plate.
Joey, I've still not had Walleye.
Everyone's dinner look and sound creative and I'm sure satisfied each and every table they were on.

For us, it's been raining, thunder, lightening since 2am, with a short reprieve in the afternoon, but right back to it this evening; so I'm very glad that I decided this morning to start a pot of Homemade/from scratch Chicken Noodle Soup, it was wonderful.
My intention was to share with the folks upstairs, but, oops, we ate it ALL!!!
Not photo worthy, it's a bowl of soup...
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Old 08-28-2016, 01:07 AM   #18
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Lovely dinners, all! S&P, do I ever miss fresh caught walleye! Cheryl, what a gorgeous sear on those scallops!

Rather paltry entry here. We finished up the leftover Thai, along with some sweet red grapes.
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Oh I like the look at that chili! Recipe please?
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Old 08-28-2016, 02:24 AM   #20
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CP, I couldn't find any chili recipes that Steve had posted, but I'm sure it's tucked away somewhere here. If not, we'll have to shake it out of him. Be forewarned, Steve likes his chili HOT!

Meanwhile, I did find a thread with a number of different chili recipes. Maybe one of these would sound good to you:

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